Peter Morgan

Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour

Nottingham University Business School China
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Contact

Office

Room 346, IEB

Campus

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Address

199 Taikang East Road, Ningbo, 315100, China

Telephone

+86 (0)574 8818 0000 ext. 8273

Qualifications

PhD (University of Bradford)

MEd Distinction (University of Bradford)

BSc (University of Bradford)


Biography

Peter began his teaching career as a TEFL teacher in 1992, but since completing his PhD in 1996, Dr Peter Morgan has had more than 20 years of various kinds of teaching and training experiences including executive MBA programmes taught in Israel, Dubai and the Netherlands, undergraduate skills-based training and education in both the UK, India and China. He has worked at UNNC since September 2012, and became Associate Dean at the Business School from Summer 2013 to Summer 2021.

His background is in Organisational Behaviour, and much of his educational and training work relates to the management of individuals at work. However, as author of The Business Student’s Guide to Study and Employability (published by SAGE) he has also delivered sesssions for different groups on academic skills, personal transferable skills – particularly around communication skills at work – and skills centered around job application skills. He is Associate Dean – Education and the Student Experience – at Nottingham University Business School (NUBS) in China and has won teaching awards at both universities where he has taught. He is a member of various university and Business School committees in the UK as well as in China, and is a member of University Senate.

Peter has more than 5 years of training middle-managers and executives working in China. He has trained and coached university teachers and lectures, has organized learning conferences for academics at UNNC and has developed training policy for business schools, both in the UK and China.

He is a personable and engaging presenter who is passionate about others’ learning. He is President of a local Toastmasters Club in China, is an award winning club speaker and someone who loves travel and landscape photography.


Research interests

Past

Student employability, Chinese education, personal skills development.

Present  and future

Graduate employability, international students’ experiences, learning and development. 


Publications

  • Morgan P G (2016) “The Business Student’s Guide to Study and Employability” London: SAGE ISBN 978-1-4462-7412-5 (hbk)   ISBN 978-1-4462-7413-2 (pbk)
  • Morgan P G (2017) and Brown K “Enhancing Student-Employer Interactions: Design, Pedagogy and Internships” Invited Presentation. AACSB Associate Deans Conference. New Orleans, November, 2016.
  • Prubhaker, P & Morgan PG (2016) “A Partnership-Driven Approach to Internationalizing B-Schools” Invited Presentation. AACSB Associate Deans Conference. Atlanta, November, 2016.
  • Morgan P G, Moosmayer D, Brown K G, Kaplan M R and Beveridge A (2016) “Understanding how we can better integrate our international and domestic students.” Workshop, Academy of Management Learning and Teaching Conference, Anaheim, August 2016.
  • Moosmayer D, Wing-Man T, Morgan PG (2014) “Addressing challenges in our traditional assessment formats” Workshop, Academy of Management Learning and Teaching Conference, Philadelphia, August 2014.
  • Morgan, PG (2004) Student Retention BEST Practice Guide. Commissioned by LTSN BEST.
  • Morgan, PG (2004) “Learning and Teaching for Business: Case Studies of Successful Innovation” Ed. By Kaye, R & Hawkridge, D for Innovations in Education and Teaching International, May, 2004. (Book Review)

Conference presentations

  • Morgan PG (2011) Can “The 12 week job interview from Hell” ever be used to enhance graduate employability? Findings from a small survey of students and employers. BMAF Annual Conference. May 2011.
  • Morgan PG & Dermo J (2010) E-Peer Assessment with Large Groups. BMAF Annual Conference. April 2010.
  • Morgan PG (2008) Diversity and Depth… Are there better ways? A Cross-Cultural Lens for Teaching Chinese Students Academy of Management Conference. August2008
  • Morgan PG (2008) Employability with Employment Experience: ‘The Apprentice’ meets Academia. HEA Conference. July 2008
  • Morgan PG (2008) Supporting International Students: A Policy Framework for Action. University of Bradford LTA conference. June, 2008
  • Morgan PG (2008) Innovative Assessment: What can we do to improve Graduate level employment? BMAF Annual Conference April 2008
  • Morgan P G (2007) Chinese Culture and Skill Development – Workshop examining the skills-culture link. BMAF Annual Conference. 2-4th May, 2007. Aston University.
  • Morgan P G (2006) Chinese Students and Personal Development Planning: Is there a link with Confucian/Neo-Confucian thinking? – Paper examining the culture-skills link in relation to Confucian Heritage Cultures. Helping the International Learner. Solent University, 8-10th September, 2007. Proceedings.
  • Morgan P G (2006) Understanding Chinese Culture – Workshop examining the impact Confucian Culture may have on Chinese students’ behaviour. BMAF Annual Conference 6-7th April, 2006. Oxford.